Kubernetes OpenStack

No, Kubernetes is Not the New OpenStack, Says Canonical

It’s easy to think of Kubernetes as the great disruptor of earlier generations of cloud-native platforms, such as OpenStack. But that view would be just as wrong as assuming that Kubernetes and ...
Turbonomic

What’s Next for Containers? A Few Predictions

As the container market evolves, here are four predictions worth consideration Docker is more than 6 years old. The ascent of Kubernetes is increasingly feeling like old news. But that doesn’t mean ...
workflow

The 3 Phases of Containerization

The history of containers can be broken into three main phases. Each phase marks a different stage in the evolution of container technology, as well as different use cases for containers. Understanding ...
container training

Container Training: How to Teach IT Teams About Containers

As containers become more critical to modern software deployments, training IT engineers to work with container technologies is also growing in importance. That begs the question: How should you go about educating ...
Container Adoption Remains Slowish

4 Reasons Container Adoption Remains Slowish

Docker is now about 6.5 years old. But evidence suggests that only a minority of production workloads are containerized. Here’s a look at why container adoption is relatively low and what needs ...
Containers Desktop Technology

Could Containers Become a Desktop Technology?

Among the many differences between containers and virtual machines is that containers are used almost exclusively in server applications. In contrast, there is a healthy market for virtual machines on both desktop ...
Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers

Why Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers

The fact that you can run Docker containers on Windows as well as Linux is amazing. Yet, I sometimes struggle to see a clear use case for Windows containers. Compared to Linux ...
Rancher

Do We Have More Kubernetes Distributions Than We Need?

How many Kubernetes distributions does the world need? As more and more vendors roll out their own distributions, that’s a question worth asking. It’s also a question whose answer is No, I ...
Kubernetes WAF

The Evolution of Container Security

Containers have evolved substantially since Docker’s introduction in 2013. So have the security challenges and solutions that organizations should think about when designing a container security strategy. Here’s a look at how ...
Kubernetes and the Challenge of Federation

Kubernetes and the Challenge of Federation

Wouldn’t it be handy if you could manage multiple Kubernetes clusters using a single tool and interface? Kubernetes would like to let you do this using a feature called federation. The trouble ...
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